TACT (The Actors Company Theatre), which has rediscovered and staged more than 50 classic and little-known plays over the past decade, will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Monday, April 14 with a gala titled "Schlepping the Seltzer: The Legend and Legacy of TACT," presenting highlights from many of the company's past productions in the style of a live PBS documentary.

TACT is a non-profit organization of theater professionals. In addition to co-artistic directors Scott Alan Evans, Cynthia Harris, and Simon Jones, the company includes Sean Arbuckle, Mary Bacon, Jamie Bennett, Simon Billig, Ryan Bowker, Nora Chester, Bradford Cover, Maia Danziger, Cynthia Darlow, Francesca Di Mauro, Kyle Fabel, Richard Ferrone, Delphi Harrington, Paul Hect, Larry Keith, Jack Koenig, Darrie Lawrence, Greg McFadden, Eve Michelson, James Murtaugh, Margaret Nichols, Nancy Opel, John Plumpis, James Prendergast, Gregory Salata, Jo-Ann Salata, Scott Schafer, Joseph Siravo, David Staller, Jenn Thompson, and Lyn Wright.

The black-tie gala on April 14 will be held at the Metropolitan Club, 1 East 60th Street. Set to begin at 6:30pm, it will include cocktails and dinner. For reservations, phone 212-645-8228. For more information about TACT, visit the website www.tactnyc.org.